I have a A7r4 and most people I know will take better snaps with 11PRO than with the sony.
At night/dark/overcast conditions? Almost guaranteed.
It's a fact. You are confusing target demographic which clouds your judgement. Watch latest review from McKinnon. You can tell he is a bit worried because the difference is actually very narrow at this point to anybody that doesn't have a trained eye.
Sure in the hands of a PRO/experienced shooter a 61MP camera with additional $2000 G lens will render better results but a great majority of people WILL NOT. ****, most people that try the a7 can't even get full sharp photo due to not so steady/experienced grip.
Was that Apollo?
Agreed. I pay $30 a year for Carrot weather (Tier 3). It's worth it for me. Others will say that's mad.
As a lightroom person, is this worth the switch? I like the idea of paying once and not this damn $5 /month for an app I use infrequently.
$30 for a camera app? Lol, no thanks.
$36 for an iOS app? These devs are crazy. I would never charge that much.
A casual photographer wont buy this and a professional photographer probably got a dslr, I would consider bying it if it was like 10$
There is a bigger problem to me with using an iPhone for proper photography. The camera exposes for a full flash every single time. You can focus on a high range scene and manipulate to not blow the highlights- want to fill with flash? You can’t (at least that I’ve seen) as it resets to a general average exposure and the flash.That's absolutely true. I would call myself a "professional" since companies pay me a lot of money for my services. But you cannot really compare a smartphone with a real mirrorless camera. Most of my work you cannot even recreate in a phone because my style is based heavy on focus / bookeh and this software stuff is just lousy. However the iphone is still an impressive camera and it's kinda funny because the statement of Peter Mckionnen is accurate as ****. Hence if you if you need a full sharp image where whole picture is in focus it's way easier with the iPhone than with professional equipment.... can't really do it with your 2500 dollar 1.4 lense, lol.
And this forum is just pure gold. How some people trying to justify their new 12pro with benchmarks / updated camera (when in fact the updates are really minor and pros don't use those phones anyway, because pro gear) but believing a 30 dollar software tool is too expensive.
By the way halide is a great app and manual control always allows you better results. Got the first version and now the second. But never really take any photos with my Iphone anyway. The automatic stuff of apple is also super impressive, for the sensor and everything the camera is a real beast and enough for most users.